So I took 3 tests all labeling me as a ENFP. Still, self-awareness and trying to answer with my true emotions can be tricky.
I came to the conclusion that I do tend to behave a bit differently depending on where I'm in. If I'm at home I'm a bit irresponsible, less talkative and not very affectionate for the most part (even though I love my family and they know I love them).
If I'm with my "true friends"™ I'm the king of charisma, silliness and overall awesomeness (yes, I got an ego, that much is true) even though I always try to not make others feel uncomfortable (quite the opposite).
When I'm with outside of these two groups I'm either meeting or interacting with new people/strangers (where I'm a nice guy that doesn't like to be told what to do) or I'm with my acquaintances (some ranking higher on the friend scale than others) that seem to generally think I'm a nice guy with an ego but tend to misinterpret my intentions a hell of a lot. Maybe I call them acquaintances (and not friends) because they tend to have a preconception of who I am that isn't really true. For example a lot of them deem me as stubborn in arguments and tell me I'm always trying to be in the minority and disagree on purpose.
It's due to these discrepancies that I find that if I took the test for each of these different environments and how I regard people and think about them, I'd score differently. For example, questions about decision making are always very tough for me to answer. I consider myself an intelligent person that doesn't jump to conclusions for example. That doesn't sound very ENFP does it?
Can anyone relate? Is there any more indepth MBTI test online out there? Is there a sure way to find out my MBTI personality?
And for the sake of argument, do you also behave (extremely) different depending on your environment?